Sargent, G. E. Harry the Whaler. New York: American Tract Society, ca. 1860. 
Brick pebble cloth stamped in blind & gilt, 4 1/4 x 6 inches, binding worn but without damage. Frontispiece wood engraving plus 2 additional plates. 138 pp. plus publisher's catalogue. Pages dark and with foxing & smudges. Good. Hardcover.
A reprint that was first published by The Religious Tract Society, London.
A sequel to Harry the Sailor-boy in which the young Harry Clark is invited by his uncle to accompany him on a trip aboard the whaler Adventurer. Includes descriptions of a whaling ship and her quest, adventures in the North Sea, the capture of a whale, dangers on land from polar bears, and much of Christian piety and admonition.
Attributed in the British Library catalogue to G. E. Sargent.
George Eliel Sargent (1809-1883), English Baptist, "a deeply religious man with strong Calvinist views. He was a prolific writer of books and tracts with a definite religious and moral flavour. Most of these were published by the Religious Tract Society." - Marion Sargent, Sargent Family History. He wrote at least 70 books and also contributed many articles to the periodicals The Leisure Hour and Sunday at Home.